Stunning wedding celebration in Tankardstown House
Wedding Tankardstown House

Why couples love the estate? In Ireland there are a number of beautiful houses offering exclusivity to couples however what I believe makes Tankardstown House stand out from the crowd is our beautiful Orangery .The Orangery was completed in 2012 and can set up to 250 guests, it offers a seamless link from the indoors through a bright space adorned with candelabras. Chandelier antique furniture and it edged mirrors. When couples take a tour around place it’s breathataking and hard to be seen in other houses . having coordinated the busier year to date, which comprised of hosting some celebrity weddings alone with many of Ireland ellite.

But walk into the Orangery for the first time is something special .You can see couples eyes just light up. They knew this is the place they like to get married. If you’re opting for a ceremony venue that offers a legally hiding marriage without the religion bit then look no further. Tankardstown is great venues for your civil ceremony also. They offer also outdoor ceremonies in one of their stunning grounds whatever you like walled garden or tie the knot under old tree. Choice is yours!

outdoor wedding ceremony on grass fields at front entrance to tankardstown house co,meath

Certainly one of the differences noticed is that Brides and Groms have become more creative in stamping their own piece of personal style on the day.

When planning your wedding select the dishes that you like, which may not necessarily be the usual ones. Most likely if you love the dish then guests will as well, you should not doubt yourself. At Tankardstown House we source locally where ever possible, our ever evolving walled garden is growing more prolific with each passing season and our hens produce as many eggs as possible Any good kitchen will source produce locally and where possible, you should try to select dishes that are in season – says Gillian Brown wedding manager behind weddings in hotel.


  1. Is the venue approved to host civil ceremonies!
  2. Does the venue need to be approved by a registrar?
  3. If so, which spaces can you have the ceremony in?
  4. What is the venue’s capacity